iamkashyapeya

Cineaste || Aspiring Filmmaker ||
My indie horror feature film Forestland is now available on Letterboxd.
Link : boxd.it/v9mG

Favorite films

  • Taxi Driver
  • The Adversary
  • The 400 Blows
  • Zodiac

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  • Butcher

  • I See You

    ★★★½

  • The Exorcist

    ½

  • Men

    ★★★★

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  • I See You

    I See You

    ★★★½

    'I see you' is the kind of movie that, when you will finish watching it, you will think that there are a plethora of flaws and plotholes in the screenplay but while watching it you will be definitely engaged and will enjoy all the thrills and twists without thinking about the faults and whatever.

    I didn't have a single idea about this film's plot before watching it and guess what? This film literally succeed to hold my interest and attention.…

  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist

    Nah man, it's just a popular movie which got people's attention, it's definitely not the SCARIEST movie ever made..period!

    And stop saying this fuck " oo modern kids will not understand what this film felt like back in 70s''..C'mon for fuck's safe why don't you guys just admit that it sucks, it literally sucks.

    Goddam it, just hold ur ass and watch Texas chainsaw massacre and Halloween. And you know what? both of them came back in 70s and I…

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  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future

    ★★★½

    Evolution does not mean going to something better, it means something different.”

    David cronenberg's exclusive opus encapsulates the perpetual conflict between orthodox and neoretic believes, more precisely the pivot of the illustration of the futuristic dystopian society is the demonstration of the humankind which is detaching itself from 'nature's changing course'. Should we accept evolution or should we try to diminish nature's own law just to protect our traditional believe and system? Throughout the film Cronenberg throws his numerous commentary…

  • Men

    Men

    ★★★★

    Men 2022 is all about a subtle delineation of horrors and the consequences of agony and mental trauma. By avoiding traditional horror elements, this film opens a door for a distressing peregrination into the mind of our protagonist, letting us explore more pragmatic and horrifying consequences of torments.

    It's extremely thought-provoking work of art that goes deep and deep to explore more about human nature. The visuals are significantly melancholy as well as tremendously breathtaking. It's like a 2hours long…